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    Can anybody please help ...I am having my application in sencha touch .I wanted to have remember password feature at my app. How can i achieve that ?
    Thanks in advance .

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    Hi kaushal.
    You have to handle this by yourself.
    I suppose you are developing a login panel in your app isn't?
    So you can store your credential into a Cookie or inside the Local Storage.

    Do you want that your app only remember a password when the user write his username, or you want to implement a sort of "Remember me" to allow user to login without write again his credentials?

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    Hi Andreacammarata,
    Thanks for your help ...
    Yes i have built a login page using Sencha Touch
    i want to implement a sort of "Remember me" to allow user to login without write again his credentials...
    also i am asking does that going to work for Iphone and Ipad .
    As what you told i will implement for the browser but does that going to help for Ipad and Iphone ...

    Thanks

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    In Ext JS you can do this by having the input tags already in the body and then use contentEl on the Ext.form.Text to use the existing tags. Then the browser sees the input fields and does it's password saving magic. Not sure if this will work on ST as I have never tried it.
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    Good question, someone has implemented?